The Geocolumns section of Snob Magazine is a set of monthly essays about city life in London, Moscow, New York, Paris and Berlin. In these cities, Russian presence is strong and vivid, and the magazine’s target audience (highly educated, well-to-do, Russian-speaking) plays a significant role. These essays are illustrated with graphic sketches and printed on a bulk offset paper with a newspaper-like look and feel. The section has a die-cut index listing all the cities reviewed, providing readers with easy navigation and access.
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